Coach of Leicester City Claudio Ranieri has given his opinion on Ahmed Musa first goal for the club, since his big money transfer from Russian side CSKA Moscow in the summer.
Musa rifled in a shot from 20 yards to open scoring for Leicester City in their 3-1 win over Crystal Palace, and the Italian manager who handed him his second consecutive start believes the recently turned 24 year old is finally settling down in England.
Aside scoring, he used his pace and body strength to good effect, as witnessed in the build up to the second goal, when he let loose Jamie Vardy who in turned fed Shinji Okazaki for the second goal scored by Leicester City.
A delighted Ranieri, spoke about Musa and Okazaki after the game. Two players who have had a barren spell in front of goal lately, although Christian Fuchs left foot stunner stole the manager’s attention.
” I know what Okazaki can do. He works hard and links the team. Musa is getting better at understanding the Premier League. This could just be the first of many to come for him” He said in his post match conference.